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Ian Fleming – The Spy Who Loved Me | Review

Title: The Spy Who Loved Me

Author: Ian Fleming

Type: Fiction

Page Count/Review Word Count: 170

Rating: 8/10


Ian Fleming - The Spy Who Loved Me

Ian Fleming – The Spy Who Loved Me


It took me a little while to get into this book, because Bond doesn’t actually make an appearance until a third of the way through it, but by the end of the novel, it did make sense that he didn’t take the full focus. The story starts with a woman, as it often does, who’s working in a motel when a pair of thugs show up and start to cause havoc. There’s no-one else there to help her. Then Bond shows up with a flat tyre, on his way home from an assignment. You can probably see where this is going.

The Spy Who Loved Me was a lot of fun, and I’m glad that I read it – it’s also a pretty short book, which means that you can speed through it easily. In fact, it’s probably one of the best introductions there is to Bond.


Ian Fleming

Ian Fleming


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